Alphabet City might not be the first place you’d think to look for ingredients from the Philippines. Nevertheless, that’s where you’ll find the Filipino market Johnny Air Mart. From banana ketchup to whole roast lechón, this place has you covered. Read all about it over on Serious Eats. Continue reading johnny air mart.
Who doesn’t like cheese, eh? We certainly do. And we love cheese shops, too. And as far as cheese shops go, The Bedford Cheese Shop is particularly awesome. For its cheese and everything else. Read about them and their new (Manhattan!) location over on Serious Eats. Continue reading bedford cheese shop.
We made mini meringues for the White Dinner, sandwiched together with a white chocolate wasabi yuzu filling with candied orange peel. Trouble was, we didn’t have fresh wasabi (substituted wasabi paste, made from a powder) or fresh yuzu juice (substituted lime juice.) Well — we found a spot that has both, and so much more. Read about this fabulous little Japanese market over on Serious … Continue reading sunrise mart.
We fell hard for scotch eggs last week in London. They’re like the British equivalent of a breakfast empanada — soft boiled egg, wrapped in sausage, breaded and fried. Doesn’t that sound insanely good? It is. Luckily, we found some absolutely delicious ones in NYC, at Myers of Keswick in the West Village. Read about this seriously patriotic British outpost over on Serious Eats. Continue reading myers of keswick.